The Drucker MBA program integrates Peter Drucker’s management perspective with a focus on the creative economy and brings theory into practice within a collaborative learning environment. The goal of the Drucker MBA is to develop future leaders by enhancing their ability to make sound strategic decisions and to lead and inspire others.
With knowledge workers driving the growth of the creative economy—those industries translating creativity into economic value—there is a critical need for managers and leaders who can provide creative management and business planning skills in a broad range of business environments.
The Drucker MBA Program, with its core values and curriculum firmly rooted in Peter Drucker’s enduring management principles, prepares you to become a leader in the creative economy through the cultivation and management of creativity, knowledge and information.
The Drucker Difference combines the liberal art of management and its focus on both effective management and ethical leadership, with pragmatic applications to real-world problems through our emphasis on the practice of management.
Drucker MBA Curriculum
The Drucker MBA is a 2-year program requiring 60 units of coursework. Our structured yet flexible curriculum has four major tenets to prepare you for your professional goals:
The Drucker Difference
Educating you on the philosophies and values of Peter Drucker.
Foundational Management Core
Traditional business courses that every MBA needs in his or her toolbox.
Ethical Judgment and Practice
Embedded in all core and elective courses, designed to challenge and guide your thinking and actions.
The Practice of Management
Courses focused on experiential learning by bringing theory to practice.
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